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ANSWERING THE CALL

WVU is at the forefront of entrepreneurship and innovation, healthcare and leadership development in West Virginia. Your gift helps WVU embark on new paths with fresh ideas.

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Amy Lin and Jason Wu (wearing masks, from left to right), owners and operators of Fusion Japanese Steakhouse in Morgantown, donate 10,000 medical face masks to WVU Medicine personnel.

Morgantown-area businesses donate facemasks to WVU Medicine

As WVU Medicine prepares for a surge in COVID-19 patients, two Morgantown-area businesses donated 10,000 facemasks to help boost personal protective equipment supplies for healthcare providers.

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The purchase was coordinated through the West Virginia University Health System.

Ruby Trust purchases $1.3 million of personal protective equipment for West Virginia hospitals

The purchase was coordinated through the West Virginia University Health System.

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A letter to donors from WVU Foundation President and CEO Cindi Roth.

Mountaineers face challenges together

We understand the unique challenges you may be facing, and we’re here to support you in any way we can.

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Visit coronavirus.wvu.edu for more from WVU on COVID-19.

Support critical funds at WVU during COVID-19 pandemic

In the spirit of Mountaineers leading, we encourage you to continue this tradition by giving to areas that are important to you and will have the most impact on the entire WVU community.

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Media Innovation Center

In January 2016, the West Virginia University Reed College of Media celebrated the grand opening of the Media Innovation Center, a space where students, faculty and members of the community could use the newest technology to express creative ideas.

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